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Artemis, 1634 by Rembrandt

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Painting Title:

Artemis, 1634

Artist:

van Rijn Rembrandt (1606-1669)

Location:

Prado Museum Madrid Spain


Original Size:

127 x 143 cm

SKU:

REM-8927-8819

Medium:

Painting Reproduction completely hand-painted with oil on blank linen canvas.


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Gygy
Sophonisbe (Artemis)
In this work of the artist's early maturity, the basic research into light makes use of figural pretexts (silks, gold, brocades, metals, veils, jewels) to multiply the opportunities for an excited drama of light and shade and for drastically contrasted colours. But in the figure of the old woman in the background to the left there is a fabric of pure luminous touches, a synthesis of form that reduces appearances to a vibration, a sort of metaphysical beam, predicting the late masterpieces of the artist.
17th March 2014 9:29am

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